An officer on patrol on South Parker Road observed a Ford F-150 weave several times and initiated a traffic stop around 1:50 a.m. April 17. When the …
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An officer on patrol on South Parker Road observed a Ford F-150
weave several times and initiated a traffic stop around 1:50 a.m.
When the driver, Casey Lagoni, 23, of Parker, handed over his
driver’s license, he reportedly said, “I am going to jail,”
according to the officer’s report. He had expired license plate
tags and no insurance and allegedly admitted to driving badly.
Lagoni told police he had four or five drinks prior to driving
and would not pass a Breathalyzer test to determine his blood
alcohol level. His driver’s license was under restraint for not
having liability insurance. After exiting the vehicle, Lagoni
turned around with his arms behind his back. When the officer asked
him to turn around and talk to him, Lagoni lost his balance and
“fell sideways off of the roadway,” the police report says. When
asked if he felt he was safe to drive, the 23-year-old said,
A passenger in the truck, Bobby Nevares, 18, of Parker, said he
drank six shots of tequila and reportedly told an arresting
officer, “Dude, I’m intoxicated!”
Nevares was cited for being a minor in possession of alcohol.
Lagoni received four citations and was arrested on suspicion of DUI
and driving with a suspended license.
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